Toyota will unveil a new mini-MPV at the Paris motor show at the end of this month.
According to the company, the new car is 'an object lesson in space management'. At less than four metres long, it's shorter than any of its rivals, but Toyota says it has a practical, flexible interior.
Full details of the Verso-S will be announced at the show, and it is expected to go on sale in the UK early next year.
More Toyotas at Paris show
Also on show at Paris for the first time will be upgrades for the iQ and Aygo. The iQ will have a new interior finish, aimed at boosting the perceived quality of the car, while the Aygo will benefit from a new multimedia system.
Alongside them on the stand will be the FT-CH concept car that was first shown at the Detroit show in January this year. Smaller, lighter and more fuel-efficient than the Prius, the hybrid five-door four-seater shows one way in which Toyota could expand the Prius family in the future.